The Kent Fire and Rescue Service have launched a film competition called ‘Hot Shots’ which is open to all 15-21 year olds living in Kent. There are a number of prizes up for grabs and the winner will get to see their film used in future safety campaigns – young creative’s of Kent: don’t miss out on this great opportunity!
The judges will be looking for a short film (up to three-minutes) with an original and creative take on any of these four themes: fire safety, road safety, water safety and hoax calling. The film should encourage people to take responsibility of their own as well as others’ safety relating to these topics.
The first prize is £250, with an additional £250 going to their organisation or school. Other prizes include £150, £100 and cinema tickets.
Entrants can be individuals, groups, or not-profit organisations, and the complete rules for entrants can be found on their website. The deadline for all entries is May 31st 2012, and the winners will be announced in June.
For more information and to enter the competition please visit http://www.kent.fire-uk.org/
There is also a Facebook page which you can find by searching ‘hot shots youth film competition’.
Good luck to all entrants!